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. >> waiting for politicians before he invests. we relocated joe. got lost in the caverns of cnbc studios here in new jersey. >> walking out the wrong way. >> we finished on the highs of the day. this market just keeps moving on here. >> we'll take it. >> you're just going with the trend here. >> i think there is a fundamental reason behind the trend. everyone is talking about earnings now. earnings just kind of slowing down. i tell you what. if you take a look at this quarter's earnings season you're still looking at 5% or 6% earnings growth. i think that is in line with what we'll see over the next year. >> some of the gains false though? when you think about how much the expectations have been ratcheted down for this particular earnings season right, therefore when you get a beat, is that just a beat off a really low base or a really low expectation? >> i think it is a little bit of both. you are absolutely right. expectations have been coming down. i tell you what. i think the negative guidance we're seeing from a bunch of companies is actually healthy because if i look at expectations int
for waking with cnbc. i'm jim cramer and there is always a bull market somewhere. get up and make your best move. >> i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cram ee mxcramerica. call me. snoozing. that is what the market is doing. a little doze. it takes little gains after absorbing early morning losses. but it is all about the nap. s&p calling up 11. thank you apple. see the market has gotten tired here. and it rests at the opening for waking up from it's slumber and finishing perky after the bell. it needs to catch a couple of weeks. we keep hearing how valuations have are gotten stretched and then it crawls higher into the close. to me, i'm an old napper from all the way back. like you need me to wake you up in the morning with the cnbc alarm clock app ♪ hallelujah >> jp morgan announced that it was too rich and downgraded. jp said it lacks callous to go higher. the reason stretch valuations the lack of callous. and jp morgan pulls united continent continental. i got dozens of these and they are always the same. buy the whole, it is central casting downgrades. i suspect you will
and also seeing the interview happening right in front of us on the cnbc set right down here. >> who were people generally backing did you feel? >> i'm sorry? >> who did you feel generally the traders were backing? >> i think if you're looking at the comments made back and forth and the clarity we were hearing i think ackman was making a pretty good case for himself whether you believe him or not. >> all right. good stuff. that was quite a moment. we were all watching very carefully there earlier today. >> that was great tv. great tv. >> yes it was. it was. >> good job, scott. >> thank you for your thoughts on the markets. >> thank you. >> the stocks remain red hot on wall street. mary thompson puts this rally into historical perspective. >> that's right, mandy. we're seeing levels we haven't seen in quite sometime. let's start first of all for the dow with the dow jones industrial average. the dow and s&p and nasdaq all ontrack for a winning week once again but the dow also ontrack for its 11th gain in the last 12 sessions and its best january since 1994. so let's take a look at the dow
on your game plan for next week. tonight on cnbc sports biz, the countdown to super bowl xlvii is on. madison avenue is getting its million dollar playbook ready with some of the most anticipated ads ever. sports biz gives you a sneak peek on the nbc sports network. >>> time for "the buck stops here." >> bun des bank, look for more strength out of his comments. >> i wake up early than 6:18, payroll friday. the short dolly dock ki. >> i like your roar dollar. >> can't get enough fibonacci jokes. your next chance to make currency trade sunday afternoon. see you bakt here next friday, y next friday at 5:30 eastern time only on cnbc. >>> i'm jim cramer. and welcome to my world. >> firms are going to go out of business and he's nuts. they're nuts! they know nothing! >> i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. >> "mad money." you can't afford to miss it. >>> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain you but to teach and educate. call me. 1-800-743
. sylvia, plenty more to come from you throughout the course of the day here on cnbc. requisition 1:45 cet, 12:45 bst and we get the press conference, as well, at 3:30 cet. david, how is the euro? >> last year we had euro/dollar going to 1.35. it ended around 1.32. but this year we have a pretty boring forecast, 1.35. we don't see the -- lasting in euro/dollar. more on sterling, more on the yen. i think we're moving away from the fixation about euro/dollar. and it seems strange that everything is saying that the ecb or european politicians aren't able to do anything. and so i think we'll have to watch europe very carefully. but i think the break-up risk is coming out of the market. >> yeah. it appears to be the case. and we have something to watch today in spain, as well. it's the first bond auction of the year for the al beeran company. the treasury is slashing the debt market up to 5 billion euros since 2013. lloyd's expects a positive results with the first take up. it will be the first issue to feature a collective action clause, designed to make it easier for the government to restruc
and have etf changed your trading habits for better or worse? worldwide@cnbc.com. tweet us, @cnbcwex or individually. allan miller, you guys have three main funds, all of which invest etfs. >> yes, they did. >> why? >> well, because one of the reasons why etfs are so unpopular for a manager is you have more diversification, less you cost, more liquidity and it's easier and cheaper to deal with. that's why more and more private investors like it and more and more fund managers don't like it because they offer wealth. >> but do they offer long-term value, though? what i worry about is that the popularity of so many of these products, whether they're leveraged etfs or derivative etfs, when you're talking about buying the s&p 500, great. but if you're talking about some of the other newer products, there's much more potential for individuals to get burned. >> people sa a, but obviously if you give investors a choice, i think it's good for investors to have the choice. i might want a plain vanilla s&p 500 or ftse 1 hup. but isn't it nice to have the wide choice you can invest in, commodit
as well. follow me on twitter @scottwapner.cnbc. >>> scott thank you very much. big bank earnings. boa, citi getting a bit of a whacking. a number of index hitting new highs. scott ran down an awful lot of those new highs. how to get in. where to get in. when to get in. we'll talk about that this hour. of course one of the big stories turbulence for boeing, regulators grounding the plane. how long will it take to get boeing to get this plane back in the skies. ceos, business ceos want to raise the retirement age to 70. saying it will save billions in social security and medicare spending. is it a good idea or are mike corbath. a long road lay ahead. they called results lackluster and they were worried expenses are still too high. citi cfo were worried legal costs will stay elevated around 3 billion. bank of america eked out a small profit beating by a penny. it had widely telegraphed a number of charges stemming from a settlement with fannie mae. the bank continued to boost its capital buffers. both banks saw net interest margins rise largely due to paying down more expensive debt. wha
] >> everybody's in danger in this business. >> krrrk. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm bob simon. in this edition, we're going to visit with a driving force behind the resurrection of chrysler. and later, hunt for the most expensive food in the world. but first, we begin with a story about the rapidly growing trade in fake stem cell cures. many people with incurable illness look forward to the promise of stem cells. stem cells have the potential to turn into any kind of cell, and in theory, they could repair damaged cells. scientists tell us that we are years away from realizing that dream. but conmen have moved in to offer the hope that science cannot. just look online and you'll find hundreds of credible-looking websites offering stem cell cures in overseas clinics. as scott pelley reported in january 2012, the 60 minutes investigation found something even more alarming: illegal stem cell transplants that are dangerous and delivered to your doorstep. >> i know you're tired. >> adam and brandon susser are 11-year-old twins. adam has cerebral palsy, his brain was damaged by a lac
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happened next was otherworldly. [bird hooting] >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm morley safer. in this edition, we take a global adventure with stops in mozambique to see greg carr's efforts to restore gorongosa, gorongosa national park, and in italy, to meet wine royalty the antinori family. we also journey to the foja mountains in indonesia to get a glimpse of wildlife that doesn't exist anywhere else on earth. we begin with american philanthropist greg carr. he's committed himself and his fortune to helping one of the poorest nations on earth, mozambique in east africa. as scott pelley first reported in 2008, greg carr thinks he's found something special in a wildlife park that could be mozambique's salvation. >> greg carr wanted our first experience of gorongosa to be just like his was in 2004: a helicopter ride to see the park's vast size and breathtaking diversity. >> when we flew over this, i said, "this is it," you know, because, i mean, it's beautiful. it's magnificent. >> it's almost 1,500 square miles of african wilderness: lakes, plains, even a rain forest. gorongo
minutes on cnbc. i'm bob simon. in this edition, we look at the life of tech titan steve jobs, the cofounder of apple, and we also examine the unexpected impact that one of his inventions, the ipad, is having on children and parents living with autism. in 2004, jobs asked walter isaacson, a former editor of time magazine, if he would write his biography. isaacson thought the request premature since jobs was still a young man. what he didn't know at the time, and only a few people did, was that jobs was about to undergo surgery for pancreatic cancer and was feeling his mortality. in 2009, with jobs already gravely ill, isaacson began the first of more than 40 interviews with him, the last being conducted a few weeks before his death. as steve kroft first reported in october 2011, the result was the best-selling book of the year. >> when walter isaacson first began working on the book-- which is published by simon & schuster, a division of cbs--steve jobs' wife, laurene powell, told him, "be honest with his failings as well as his strengths. there are parts of his life and his p
. with us is tim sprice and brian jacobson and jeff lieberthal of hightower and cnbc market trader gordon charlotte just fin inishing up trading. what do you think, jeff, going to keep going on from the five-year highs that we're seeing in the s&p 500 right now? >> happy friday to you. i think the unemployment report this morning is telling us a lot, that we still have an economy that's muddling along. it's our view, even with the deal that came early this week in congress, that we still have a drag on gdp of maybe 1%, 1.5%, and we're looking at 2% gdp growth in 2012. is that a yes or no, pushes the markets higher? >> yes. we think stocks will have a good year in 2013. >> tim, you agree, i guess, because you liked the jobs report this morning as well? >> i do. added 2 million jobs in each of the last two years and the fiscal cliff legislation behind us. the only thing that concerns me is maes what's the foresight for the u.s. credit rating if we don't get a deficit and budget deal but other than that the economy is very healthy. >> you really care about the credit rating? the last time we
on cnbc one hour ago. kate? >> tyler, thanks so much. very interesting morning here in terms of herbalife's defense in charges against bill ackman. among other things they are a pyramid scheme. they spent about two hours speaking to investors. as well as take something q and a afterwards. i just want to give you the highlight of the latter part of the presentation, which is bring flg a consult front northwestern university who defended the pyramid scheme allegations in particular. she talked about a lot of people getting into herbalife sales because they want to get into the product themselves. they want it receive a discount. this self consumption as they call it is perfectly legitimate. she also talked about the notion of inventory loading, which is to say the distributors, who also buy the product themselves, will buy extra product because they intend to sell it to customers in the future. that might distort the sense of sales. they are future sales, not real ones. she said this does not go on. these are two examples of their defense. moreover, i talked to michael johnson about an asse
morning want everybody. welcome to "squawk box" here on cnbc. i'm becky quick along with joe kernen and andrew ross sorkin. we've been watching the u.s. equity futures. at this hour, you're going to see dow futures up by about 31.5 points. s&p futures up by just over 4 points and the nasdaq futures are up by over 7. markets fear in the meantime has plummeted to preleemman levels. traders say that the vix illustrates the central bank as backstopping the markets so that means there's less demand for downside protection. speaking of central banks, we have two key decisions to watch today. the bank of england is expected to withhold fresh monetary stimulus as the start of the new year gets under way. forecasters say that the economic data is still too mixed to try and trump inflation worries. the ecb also expected to stay steady, holding its key rate at .75%. policymakers are seeing refraining as the eurozone economy shows signs of stabilizing. we are going to bring you both decisions as soon as they are announced. and the ecb reports comes out 45 minutes later. >>> first, breaking news
, what do you think about that? e-mail us, worldwide@cnbc.com, tweet us. i was trying to think of a beer simply, but i couldn't think of one. >> after the break, we are breaking inflation data. >> it's getting frothy. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> and these are the headlines around the globe. the slowdown in germany worse than expected compared to a 3% gdp reading the year before. >>> urging action, president obama, fed chairman bernanke and treasury secretary tim geithner all say congress must face the u.s. debt ceiling or face irreparable damage to the u.s. economy. >>> the third quarter revenue beats forecasts, h & m's top sales estimates, as well. >>> reports say the pcmaker has been in talk wes several private equity firms in recent months about a possible buyout. >>>
" begins right now. >>> good morning, evody. welcome to "squawk box" here on cnbc. we are looking forward to that three-day weekend already. i'm becky quick along with joe kernen and andrew ross sorkin. apple is reportedly cutting its component orders for the iphone 5 because of weaker than expected demand. the tech giant's orders for screens for the first three months of the year have dropped to roughly half of what it had previously planned to order. apple is said to have notified the suppliers of the order cut last month. take a look at shares of apple. as you know, they've been under pressure for a while. right now, down about 3%. just over 3.5% -- or just under 3.5%. 3.3% to $503.11. >>> oracle released an emergency update to its java software yesterday. however, it failed on protecting pcs from hackers. last week, users were told to disability java apps. andrew. >> also in the headlines this morning, u.p.s. withdrawing its $7 billion bid for tnt express on expectations that european commission will be preventing that merger. in japan, japan's transport ministry has announced it's la
in the game. "mad money." you can't to ford to miss it. rise and shine and thanks for waking with cnbc. i'm jim cramer and there is always a bull market somewhere. it's go time. get up and make your best move. >> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. call me. snoozing. that is what the market is doing. a little doze. it takes little gains after absorbing some early morning losses. but it is all about the nap. dow inching up. s&p crawling up .11. nasdaq backsliding. thank you apple. see the market has gotten tired here. and it rests at the opening for waking up from its slumber and finishing perky after the bell. it needs to catch a couple of winks. we keep hearing how valuations have gotten stretched, but then it crawls higher into the close. to me, i'm an old napper from way back. exactly what this market needs, like you need me to wake you up in the morning with the cnbc alarm clock app. ♪ hallelujah jp morgan announced that american express was too rich and was unceremoniously downgraded. jp said it lacks catalysts to go hig
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't just to entertain but to teach you. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. the dow jones average is just a stone's throw from 14,000. headed to its all time high that we reached five years ago. the index which rallied 72 po t points nasdaq 52.2% is in rare territory for certain. yet the chatter it remains skeptical. as i've said many a time, i'm never going to criticize the scep tisism i employ. it is a quality that has made me a ton of money versus the complacency which has been a continual loser. it allows you to leave the table after a big run are. i'm sure that there are plenty of index fund supporters who say come on and see, if you bought and held you would have done fine after all, but you could have made so much more money doing what you think is impossible. which is selling high, and buying low. getting out and getting back in. that is undeniable now. and if you manage to get out near the high of 14,000 and change or 12 or 11 thous of, and then you get back in near the bottom. you have made a fortune and more important you didn't lose one. congratulations. and then the logical question
. >> wants us to go higher. clerk it out in today "closing bell" exchange. josh brown, cnbc contributor from fusion analytics and michael farr, cnbc contributor from farr, miller and our own rick santelli. hey, guys, how you doing. michael fax let's kick this off to you. what do you attribute this very strong rally today. >> i don't think anything in terms of the earnings season, maria, has spooekd spooked the markets at all so we continue in this. perhaps goldilockgoldilocks, a t of lala land, recognized some of the issues, regulatory issues and housing was really good today. the economy is feeling better and investors aren't feeling bad. earnings numbers pretty solid so people are voting with their dollars right now. things are positive. >> for how much longer, mike? you have to admit, a pretty good run for a while now. are we due for a pullback of some kind? >> due for a rest or a pullback, would i say, but i don't think it's anything that looks like it has to be too dangerous. in addition to all the things michael is talking about, the market's refusal to go down when everybody else is s
job not just to entertain, put it in context, teach and educate. call me 1-800-743-cnbc. all right. sometimes you just have to don the old bear costume, put yourself in gogi's hat or gentle ben's boo-boo's paws to understand this market. the dow roaring 85 points, and nasdaq climbing .59%, happy days here again. it's one of those days. see, we're always trying to understand the coloration of the market. but sometimes we literally can't do so unless we go to jelly stone national park and get all ersine about it. why? well, think about when you own a stock and something terrific happens but the stock goes down anyway. what do you think? what goes through your mind? perhaps you say maybe the news isn't as good as we thought. or perhaps i got to do more homework. maybe this news was already baked into the stock and that's why it didn't go higher. however, it's far more likely that you would be emotional about it. you would say, i give up. all that homework, all that good news, all those positives, they didn't matter. this just must be a horrible moment for the market, and it is a huge
.m. eastern time on cnbc. have a great long weekend. "mad money's" up next. >>> i'm jim cramer, and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. going out of business and he's nuts, they're nuts! they know nothing! i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere, and i promise -- "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i just want to try to save you some money. my job is not just to entertain you but to educate you so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. we had that sweet combination of good earnings from companies like general electric, morgan stanley, schlumberger coupled with benign squibbs out of washington that maybe there won't be a big fight, partisanship, maybe there'll be a deal. and that combo produced nice, quiet, bullish action. the dow rallying 54 points, s&p gaining .34%, though the nasdaq declined .04% because of a disappointment from intel and earnings jitters from google and apple. yet, despite that relatively rosy action, the earnings season was a bust or the earnings are ok
but to teach and educate. call me. 1-800-743-cnbc. if things are actually better than we thought. that realization makes someone pay more for companies. and it makes us willing to do stuff. hence this market's amazing powers of levitation. however, we're still also in the middle of earnings season. only 30% of a lot of the earnings i follow are done and that means it's dangerous times. a time when it's going to be so dangerous to shoot first and ask questions later that we've got to go over a game plan that i think will allow you to navigate things. it's a game plan for next week and i'll remind you again that before i pull the trigger on a stock you still have to do the homework and that includes listening to or reading the transcript of the conference call. last night i was drinking the monster drink and having a yuban and the keurig thing because i had to read the microsoft call, the starbucks call and i also had to get through the 3m call and it was mind-boggling. it is for you too. but that in mind you've got to do it. here's the game plan. first up, we hear from caterpillar
-800-743-cnbc. this is a beautiful, forgiving market that keeps roaring higher. >> house of pleasure. >> the dow gained another 73 points. you know i think we are in the midst of another massive revaluation of stocks for people to realize things are better than we thought. however, we're still in the middle of earnings season. that means it's a dangerous time, a time when it's dangerous to shoot first and ask questions later that we have to go over a game plan that i think will allow you to navigate things. before you pull a trigger on the stock, you still have to do the homework. i also had to go through thism call. and it was mind boggling. with that in mind, you have to do it. here is the game plan. we hear from caterpillar. we got dealer numberes from this company. they were not good at all. they were distinctly not so hot, reminding me why. we know they had a gigantic acquisition in china. we know estimates are way too high. we even got an upgrade this week that said that. so in this market, that will be how much should we buy? i'm not kidding, how much should we buy on weakness? that is if
i like to do -- well, first of all, i watch cnbc. it covers earnings season better than anyone. the websites are so, so good that literally they will have the analyst reports and a lot of projections then i like to look at the news stories and then i look at the analyst reports the day after and all that has to be done if you're going to sink your teeth in and feel confident. start with the website of the stock. to darryl in california, please. >> caller: yes, boo-yah, jim cramer. >> boo-yah. >> caller: i have a question. what is meant by a reverse split stock? okay, that means if there's a million shares, you know, say they do 3-1, they make it to 300,000 shares, citigroup did one of these, if you have like, you know, 300 billion shares, divide it by 3, you get 100 billion, it does raise the price but it's a loser. let's go to tyler in florida, please >> caller: jim, a south florida boo-yah. >> i'll take that. i need to go there now. sunshine? >> caller: no, it's overcast. when you talk about the economy booting off, you talk about it in terms of consuming and not producing, i
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of 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm bob simon. thank you for joining us. [ticking] [ticking] >> one of the threats from the great recession was the sudden surge in the number of abandoned houses. vacant homes have become so ruinous to some neighborhoods that one city, cleveland, decided it had to find a solution. perfectly good homes... once worth $75,000 and $100,000 or more... are being ripped to splinters in cleveland. [ticking] the new manned space program rocket was supposed to be called constellation. >> mm-hmm. >> and now you guys call it-- >> all: cancellation. >> unfortunately. >> they had been counting on a new space program in brevard county, florida, for years, but it didn't happen. >> and liftoff. the final liftoff of atlantis. >> and after the last space shuttle mission touched down... >> this is a matter of national pride. >> things around the kennedy space center changed in a way that may surprise you. [ticking] >> inside, you feel like a part of you has been ripped out from losing a job. >> 1/3 of the unemployed have been out of work for more than a year. it's been
is with us. any questions for him or for any of us here, shoot them into worldwide@cnbc.com. >>> let's bring you up to speed where where we stand on european markets. pretty even steven, actually. we are up at the session highs. it's actually pretty flat. the ftse 100 yesterday down from 25 points. still above the 6,000 level. up 8 points this morning. great sales numbers today from debanon. all having a pretty good christmas as a stand out so far. xetra dax down 12 points, ibex down 7. the cac 40 gain up 5 and the ftse 1100 gains 8. treasury yields, still around that 11.91%. that was that eight-month high that we hit later monday. still tracking around there. italian yield, 4.3%. spanish yields still below 5, 5 a.089%. currency markets, a lot of focus on euro/yen today. 114.66 is where we stand. the japanese finance minister saying the japanese government will buy bonds from the european stability mechanism. they had only done it previously from the esfs, which is a permanent bailout fund. dollar/yen, 87.38. profit taking still after hitting that 29-month high of 88 of 48. euro/dollar at 1.
. call me. 1-800-743-cnbc. what a difference a year makes. while the averages are ho-huming along, we have some just the opposite of 2012. you may not see it on individual days but every weekend i go over the charts. what i saw this weekend, it dazzled. if this time last year all we heard was talk about staying local. exposures to eafr seas markets, we were the world's beacon, the safest place to invest. china converged on a hard landing. china had no pulse. it seemed to be a hod bed of socialist. but us, we are the place to be. now it's the exact opposite. if a company's exposure overseas is moving up smartly. brazil. however, if a company is trapped in america, if its primary business is here, it trades horribly. [ buzzer ] what's going on? first we still have yet to see any real weakness to date that came full ahead of steam in 2012. a match made in heaven later. traditional retailers, they can't get out of their own way. the records to consumers trying to get more for their money, they have just collapsed. they are the worst performers of the year so far. department stores are not
. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. after a ho-hum session, s & p finishing flat, nasdaq advancing, we're about to head into the one four most exciting, but least lucrative weeks of the year. thanks to the coming jumble of earnings. the reports are coming. you know the rules. and let's just try to learn. as i told you not that long ago. not impossible to make money until after we've seen earnings. i did five years worth of work on these weeks. i spent the last -- last three weeks ago, i went through every single earnings week and we are just as right as we are wrong. and we have a real parade, stop flipping coins and start listening. here is your game plan. first monday, we play real close attention, to ppg reports. and you have heard michelle bunch on the show numerous times. as i said last night, good news for ppg and cpg. i keep hoping it will come down. and it's a hunch beneficiary of worldwide growth and one of the $run chemical companies on earth. and huge beneficiary of the natural gas price. i'm all about this. using weakness to buy stocks that i think are part of a longer term tidal wa
at 1-800-743-cnbc. after a ho-hum session, s&p finishing flat, nasdaq advancing .12% and the dow finishing flat. we're about to head into one of the four most exciting but least lucrative weeks of the year, thanks to the coming jumble of earnings. that's right. the reports are coming. you know the rultz. no trading at the height of earnings season. let's just try to learn. as i told you not that long ago. it's almost impossible to make money until after we've seen the earnings. i did five years worth of work on these weeks. i'm not kidding. i spent the last -- yeah, i spent about the last few weeks. i went through every single earnings week, and i have to tell you, just as right as we are wrong, it's like a coin flip, and we have a real parade of them. stop flipping coins and start listening. here's your data. first monday, we play real close attention, to ppg reports. and you have heard michelle bunch on the show numerous times. this one has now passed on a commodity business to georgia gulf. as i said last night, good news for ppg and ggc. i keep hoping ppg will come down. i wa
at "money in motion." we'll next week friday on cnbc. >>> i'm jim cramer. welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game. >> firms are going to go out of business, and he's nuts. they're nuts. they know nothing. >> i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. >> "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. >>> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to save you money. my job isn't just to entertain but to teach you. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. today's action frankly was even more bullish than the averages. nasdaq up .04%. why? because it seemed that everything was levitating at t the same time. even transport going up at the same time as oil service stocks. they should get smashed. that's not what happened. the bank stocks were up. we got a happy session where everything rallied. buyers think that everything's getting better. courtesy of a powerful worldwide recovery. consider it a microcosm for the glorious year already that's 2013. already one that's taken the s&p 500 to fabulous five year highs. next wee
. call me 1-800-743-cnbc. don't you just hate reality? boo! don't you hate it when you know the numbers are too high or the world is simply not yet in a place where you can be confident that things are okay? don't you hate that members of the federal reserve think that we have reached a great place so it is time to stop helping the econo economy. don't you hate that washington doesn't care what place that we are in at all. don't you hate that karma. >> house of pleasure. >> house of pain. >> down 55 points today. nasdaq declining 42.3%. you know i hate all of these things. what do you do? no, you look for themes. that is why i'm a big believer of themes. all week i plan to plan out the themes of 2013 that you can fall back on when the dow falls. they are dominated by anxiety. i expect the market to go down in the near future. but look, i think it is too high right now and maybe it comes in. but i don't want you to fear that decline. no opportunity, use it as a chance to buy the sectors that can bounce back harder and faster than anything else. i want you to be ready. i need you to take
management and back with us is the cnbc contributor josh brown. josh, what do you make of today's move and where do we go from here? the multi-billion dollar question. >> as i had mentioned previously, i really think it would be great to see a pullback, so long as it's not a company by a huge spike in volume and any kind of overly rattling headlines. nothing really on the horizon that i think can really do that. for right now what you want to see is an orderly pullback. maybe today was is beginning of that. just don't know yet, but truthfully, tech looks pretty weak here. that's an area i would probably lay off. i would focus on relative strength and the relative strength, health care, energy and industrials. >> all right. ben pace, what about you? we've all watched this market marveling as it goes higher feeling a little bit tired. what do you see going on? >> considering with apple and how much it's gone down. this is a pretty good market. the dow was up quite nicely, not as impacted by apple so i still think that so-called pain trade was up. the market want to continue to move up. w
money. my job is not just to entertain you but to educate. so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. even on days like today where the fed didn't say anything we didn't already know, but people used it as an excuse, an excuse to take some profits. dow dipping 44 points, s&p sinking .39%. nasdaq declining .36%. you can feel the pain -- >> the house of pain. >> it's the pain of the bearish money managers being overridden by the -- you guessed it. and that's precisely why i don't expect this pullback to last too long. because we have a powerful force pushing this market higher. i'm talking about the attempts by money managers to keep up with the galloping averages and the heartache those averages are causing. >> all aboard -- >> all right. lots of people have been talking about the return of the little guy to the market. and how that's driving stocks higher. oh, yeah, it's a factor. it's only a piece of something much bigger that may be behind a huge amount of this january advance that i got to put in context for you and i've got to do it tonight. it all begins with a fourth quarter gross domestic p
he was. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm bob simon. in this edition, we examine two very different kinds of fraud. bernie madoff's wife and surviving son break their silence about wall street's most infamous criminal. and later, we visit a high school con man who figured the best way to make the grade was to cheat the s.a.t.s but first, in december 2008, bernie madoff confessed to running a $65-billion ponzi scheme, the largest financial fraud in history. while madoff is serving 150 years in prison, his family had to deal with the consequences of his crimes. his wife ruth divested of most of her great wealth and derided by a suspicious world. their son mark dead, driven to suicide by shame and accusations of guilt. their other son andrew isolated, trying to live with the disgrace. are they innocent or willing partners? in october of 2011, ruth and andrew gave their first interview since bernie madoff's arrest. they sat down with morley safer to speak out about crime, punishment, and the shame of being a madoff. >> it's a tough name to live with. >> it sure is. >> ruth mad
with the release of cnbc's exclusive fed survey. and from the better late than never file, the senate has approved the long delayed $50.5 billion aid package for the vikt manies of superstorm sandy. the approval comes three months after the storm ravaged the east coast destroying thousands of homes and is business in new york and connecticut and new jersey. nine republicans joined democrats in voting yes on the measure. now president obama must sign it into law, which he is expected to do. senate leaders held up the aid and for wrangling' over the new rules, filibusters and some pork in there and all kinds of stuff. andrew asked me today -- i love this. is it okay to wear a jacket? it's fine to wear a jacket when you want to because of -- he goes, look, this shirt needs a jacket. that begs the question, where do you wear a shirt that needs a jacket to cover it up? >> because it's a different look and it gives us something going on there. i get that. >> you're behind the shirt, but you never to cover it up. >> basically, if you have too many checks, it looks like a picnic table. >> it does. >> that
-hour program. the first three hours, i think the third you'll have to flip over to cnbc to catch. we will be heading out to washington as the capital prepares for the inauguration of president barack obama. but will he spend the next four years at the mercy of republicans? we'll explore that. plus, we'll assess if israel could be medicining for a right coalition as benjamin netanyahu says he is prepared to work with the naturalist home. and we'll take a look at travel chaos across the continent as snow and freezing conditions cause plenty of disruption in the air and on the road. now, germany's social democrats are celebrating a stunning victory in lower saxony secured with the victory of just one seat. support for angela merkel's christian democrats fell by 657 percentage points, but the chance ler herself continues to ride high on opinion polls. for more on what all of this means, silvia wadhwa is here to join us on set. good morning to you. i guess, is this -- this is being presented as a blow to angela merkel or at least to her party. but given there's just a one-seat differentia
, worldwide@cnbc.com. tweet us, @cnbcwex. plenty more to come on the program. >> all right. here we are. just over an hour into the trading day right now, you can see it's 2 to 8, advancerses outpacing the decliners. going through the top stocks for you today, maybe we won't. there we go. the ebex down 1.9%. xetra dax down 0.4%. cac 40 down 0.6%. lonmin, up 7%. ericsson, 9.52%. saipem up 2.64%. as far as bond markets are concerned, we did see yields come down post the fed. gilt yield lower, spain is a little bit higher. ten-year bund yields back down below the 1.17% we saw, as well. euro/dollar today while still maintaining those levels above 1 is.35. we did go higher yesterday. 1.3552. dollar/yen, maintaining the break above 90. aussie/dollar slipping down to 1.04. let's bring you up to speed with what happens in asia overnight. sixuan joins us out of singapore. >> thank you, ross. the market set back from the down beat u.s. gdp were somewhat offset and promising regional data. the nikkei finished in the green to post its best january in about 15 years. latest december factory output and jan
me at 1-800-743-cnbc. we had that sweet combination of good earnings from companies like general electric, morgan stanley, schlumberger coupled with benign squibbs out of washington that maybe there won't be a big fight, partisanship, maybe there'll be a deal. and that combo produced nice, quiet, bullish action. the dow rallying 54 points, s&p gaining .34%, though the nasdaq declined .04% because of a disappointment from intel and earnings jitters from google and apple. yet, despite that relatively rosy action, the earnings season was a bust or the earnings are okay but the sales are weak. people over the place are chastising me for regarding the numbers we've seen so far in the last couple of weeks as positive. like i'm whistling past the graveyard. see no evil earnings. first, earnings season has barely begun. it's about eight minutes have gone by in the first quarter. these nay sayers are acting as if they're watching some football game where the bears/patriots are three touchdowns ahead of the bullish ravens at the two-minute warning. that's way too early to judge. i bridled
-800-743-cnbc. do we need to be worried when we see the market at five-year highs? is that scary? do we have to be concerned when we pick up the front page of the usa today and the headline reads "stocks reach for the records." analysts recent gains are rational exuberance. especially on a day where the averages kind of stalled out. dow edging down 14 points, s&p dipping .18%. thank you apple for actually going up. when we see these articles, how about the articles about our retail investors are back and the bears are in hibernation, like this one. this one about surging stocks in the "wall street journal." when the bears are on their heels. first, let me say, here's the way i play it, we should always be skeptical, we should always be a little worried. that's okay. especially after a move like this. where we go to five-year highs and have the best january in years. we'd be fools not to consider what could go wrong. remember last earnings period? we came into this very week with mostly better than expected numbers as we have this time. but it was pretty much all downhill from there. hey, loo
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